911 Calls From Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash Released

Authorities have released the 911 calls made following the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and 8 others. Many of the calls described the foggy conditions that the helicopter traveled through. During a news conference, a member of the NTSB described the helicopter plunging 2,000 feet per minute. “A helicopter crashed into a mountain. We heard it and now I’m looking at the flames,” one caller said, with another saying, “I just heard a helicopter go over me … it went over my head. It’s thick in clouds, and then I just heard a pop and it immediately stopped.” The victim’s cause of death was described as blunt force trauma. Do you think the 911 calls should have been released?

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